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walsh, victim's advocate, host of "america's most wanted." also on the phone is john ryan, the center for national and exploited children. john walsh, you and i have been on programs together where the end result is a nightmare and horrible. it is a joy to be with you tonight where three young women. have been given their lives back. >> anderson, i can't tell you how ecstatic i am. you're absolutely right. here is a woman and two girls that were children when they were kidnapped, 17 and 14, to come back alive is i credible. if i could be there to hug that man, charles ramsey who came off the street and saw this girl, and you heard it. he said it. i'm a black man. this is a white girl that's waving to me. it might be a domestic dispute. he breaks down the door. she's been in there approximately ten years. saves her life and probably the child's life and the other two women in there and allegedly another child. he's a real hero. when the public gets involved, they can break these cases. anderson, i'm ecstatic. i'm the parent of a missing child that was murdered. i know what it is to not
. >> joining me now is john walsh, former host of "america's most wanted." john, this is really quite extraordinary, isn't it? >> piers, it's incredible. as marc klaas was talking about, jaycee dugard, who is going to be here in washington tomorrow night at the national center for missing and exploited children's hope awards, and i'm going to give her the award as a hero, she was kept in a backyard for 18 years, raped repeatedly and bore two children by her seriously demented and multiple time convicted molester and rapist, and she got back alive. and tomorrow night, she'll be here. she's been in counseling as was mentioned by marc. she has been in counseling for all this time and our recommendation at the national centers is that they don't do any media, that they get that counseling, especially if one of these women has a child by this guy. it's a terrible challenge to say i was raped, i was kept as a hostage and i fathered a child by my rapist. but this is just as marc said, this is incredible. we did these two cases, not the older lady but we did both the girls' cases on "america'
children. john walsh, you and i have been off and together on programs and with the end result is a nightmare. and horrible. it is a joy to be with you tonight where three young women. have been given their lives back. >> anderson. i can't tell you how ecstatic i am. you're absolutely right. here is a woman and two girls that were children when they were kidnaps, 17 and 14, to come back alive, is incredible. if i could be there to hug that man, charles ramsey who came off the street and he said it. i'm a black man. this is a white girl that's waving to me. it might be a domestic dispute. he breaks down the door. she in there approximately 10 years. saves her life and probably the other two women that were in there and allegedly another child. anderson, i'm extatic. i'm the parent of a missing child that was foumurdered. i'm sure amanda berry doesn't know that her mother died when she was in there. day say died of a brokenhearted looking for her. her mother never gave up looking for her. i'm absolutely ecstatic. >> i've been reading a lot of the details in the last scene after s
to lose a child and wait for that child. john walsh, long-time host of "america's most wanted," joins us from our bureau in washington. any night they solve three missing persons cases and go home with smiles is an amazing night. what was your reaction? when you heard? >> incredible. what a great night. three women are back alive. and a little girl that may have been a creation of the kidnapper and the abductor. i wanted to do cartwheels. i know what it's like not to know where your child is. i went through that horrible pain. and i still think it's wonderful that i at least found parts of adam. but what a night. i could do cartwheels. it's an incredible wonderful thing. >> i know you want to sing praises of charles ramsey who is already the darling of the internet with the most colorful sound bites of this whole story so far. but this guy saved three lives. >> i saw it firsthand, the 25 years i've been doing "america's most wanted." the public wants to help, they don't know how to help. they have the guts to help me catch 1,200 wad guys and recover 60 missing children. here is charles r
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say. john walsh, you've been in the awful position of losing a child. clearly amanda berry isn't dead, she's alive, but her mother will never know that. she died, as all of our friends say, of a broken heart. >> -- people don't realize, piers, what this does to families. and the not knowing -- i have met thousands of parents of missing children. i've met many parents who say my child is 19, 17, law enforcement say she's run away, i know she hasn't. there's so much collateral damage when these perverts take someone and in this case probably kept them as sex slaves locked in a house for ten years. for the families to know these girls are alive -- yes, they're going to need counseling for years. i would say to the families, don't talk to the press, get counseling, get psychiatric therapy, you've been in a house of horrors for ten years. they now know the end to the story. but everybody keeps saying how did these guys hide in plain site. i ought have said it's not the pervert under the bridge in the trench coat. it's the creep next door hiding in plain sight that is cunning enough to get
people to react to the story in cleveland was victims rights advocate john walsh. >> and his son was murdered and he summed up the feelings of so many. >> i wanted to do cartwheels. i know what it's like not to know where your child is. i went through that horrible pain. here's charles ramsey walking home so succinctly. i'm ray black guy. i saw a white woman crying for help and i went to help her and broke her out. amanda berry, saved her life, two other women's lives and the child and charles ramsey is the guy that broke them out of that house of horrors. if i ever meet him i'm going to give him the biggest hug. >> victims rights add voekd john walsh there. of course, the case in cleveland reminds us of other incidents of long-term cam tift of jaycee dugard missing 18 years when she was found in 2009. >> dugard is being honored tonight. its hope awards recognizing those who work to protect kids. we'll, of course, have more from cleveland later in the half hour and later on "good morning america" live interviews with the people who live in that very neighborhood. >>> there is out
helped. so, for more, now, on what all of us can do for our neighbors, i talked to john walsh, host of "america's most wanted" about what he sees when he looks at cleveland. >> i look at a wonderful occurrence. and i look at two incredible heroes. one, amanda berry, who knew she had to get out of that house of hell alive and get her little daughter out of there. and never stopped trying. and of course, charles ramsey. for me, it was incredible to see these three missing women and this child alive because of one man that said, i am going to help a woman in distress. >> he did not walk away. so, for everyone at home watching this, tell them what to watch for. tell them small things that should cause them to take action. >> absolutely. your gut feeling. i could talk about 50 things that people should do. but your gut feeling, if you see something that's wrong, you're not stepping over the boundaries. you're not being a snitch. you're not being a nosey neighbor. what's the worst thing you could do? be wrong and you'd have to apologize. >> and don't be afraid of being the cranky neighbor
you, andrew. john walsh is the host of "america's most wanted." john, we hate that every time we speak to you it usually means something terrible has happened, although this, at least, in this case, after ten years these women have been released. and you just -- you were shocked by it when it happens, and yet should we be? >> i don't think so. first of all, i'm ecstatic. i think it's just the most wonderful news. i profiled amanda berry and gina dejesus many, many times on merck's most wanted. the odds are against finding missing children alive, but now you've got michele knight, gina dejesus, and amanda berry alive. and there's two real heroes here. amanda berry finding that moment when those three perverts, those alleged three perverts, those brothers, weren't there, crying for help with her little daughter there, and charles ramsey walking by and so many people don't get involved, he said he thought it was a domestic, he said i'm a black guy, it's a white woman, but he had the courage to bound up those steps, break down that door and get to a 911 call. it's just phenomenal after ten
it as john walsh, whose own 6-year-old son was taken from him and murdered, and who turned his pain into the crusade that became "america's most wanted" put it last night on "nightline." >> the public want to help, they don't know how to help. they had the guts to help me catch 1,200 bad guys and recover 60 missing children. >> reporter: there are hundreds of thousands of missing children right now. so many, just one glimpse away from rescue. if you see something, say something. because they're the real heroes. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> reporter: fighting for life, for freedom, calling to us. i'm here. >> i've been kidnapped and i've
of the kidnap victims' relatives publicly thanked john walsh. john walsh, standing by to talk to me. we'll talk about what's ahead for the women, for the suspect who's now been charged with kidnapping and rape. john walsh, here in "the situation room." everybody has different investment objectives, ideas, goals, appetite for risk. you can't say 'one size fits all'. it doesn't. that's crazy. we're all totally different. ishares core. etf building blocks for your personalized portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus, which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >>> we have some extraordinary audio that we're just getting in from the cleveland police department. this is the dispatch that they played, that they recorded as they were initially walking into that home in cleveland, where these three young women had been held captive for a decade. i want our viewers to listen to t
with martha maccallum. coming up this hour, marc klaas is joining us this hour. john walsh is here as well. we'll get their reaction what we heard from police last hour. all three women were released from the hospital earlier today. all said to be in good physical health after being rescued from this home near downtown cleveland. along with a small girl aged six, as police said now, amanda berry's daughter. three brothers under arrest. charges will be filed within the next 36 hours including charges against this man, age 52, ariel castro. said to be a bus driver in the cleveland public school system. here is the deputy police chief moments ago in downtown cleveland. >> the amount of effort, the amount of leads, the amount of work hours and dedication that went into this, i have never seen it before over the last 10 years. every single lead was followed up, no matter how small. as a lot of you know in this room, we dug up a couple of backyards. we recanvased neighborhoods. we had vigils. we participated in national missing children's day along with the fbi. so our goal was to get them back safe
walk the other. john walsh, host of "america's most wanted", was shocked she never got an amber alert issued. her family knew the castro family, the man who b abducted r allegallegedly. >> it takes a certain kind of evil to snatch a girl off the street and lock her up for years, never mind three of them. up next we'll speak with an fbi profiler about the men accused of the crime. those three girls may not be the only victims. investigators suggested back in '09 that another young girl who vanished from the area may be involved here. ♪ if you have high cholesterol, here's some information that may be worth looking into. in a clinical trial versus lipitor, crestor got more high-risk patients' bad cholesterol to a goal of under 100. getting to goal is important, especially if you have high cholesterol plus any of these risk factors because you could be at increased risk for plaque buildup in your arteries over time. and that's why when diet and exercise alone aren't enough to lower cholesterol i prescribe crestor. [ female announr ] crestor is not right for everyone. like people with l
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on the missing women found in ohio. we'll get reaction from john walsh of "america's most wanted" and we'll hear from the newly elected president of south korea in her first television interview. and judge judy joins us live in the studio. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,, 'm michelle gri >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. >>> good morning, everyone the it's tuesday, may 7. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. let's get our first check of the weather. it's a little windy out there this morning. >> we had thunderstorms popping up around the bay area yesterday. that was pretty exciting. today we still have a chance of a few more scattered showers. we'll have more coming up. >> do i look like i got caught in a windstorm? >> you look great! >> get a breath through this. [ laughter ] >> it was a blowdryer, yeah. let's go out live towards the bay bridge toll plaza. there are some overnight -- there is som
's keepers, and we know it as john walsh, whose own 6-year-old son was taken from him and murdered, and who turned his pain into the crusade that became "america's most wanted" put it last night on "nightline." >> the public want to help, they don't know how to help. they had the guts to help me catch 1,200 bad guys and recover 60 missing children. >> reporter: there are hundreds of thousands of missing children right now. so many, just one glimpse away from rescue. if you see something, say something. because they're the real heroes. >> help me, i'm amanda berry. >> reporter: fighting for life, for freedom, calling to us. i'm here. >> i've been kidnapped and i've been missing for ten years. and i'm here, i'm free now. >> she's free now. good luck to her and the others. thanks for watching. tune into "good morning america" tomorrow. we're online at abcnews.com. good night. see you back here tomorrow. >>> it is happening in oakland. graphic pictures of just how dangerous it can be to protect the public. somebody shot a bullet through a roll door. >> it was just after an hour ago. and minutes
, next, his whole life is dedicated to tracking down missing people. john walsh from "america's most wanted." he'll join us live with reaction to the breaking news out of cleveland. those three women are alive and out of the hospital this morning [ male announcer ] it's simple physics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without food. and it's not a narcotic. you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or stroke, whic
was drinking, he was social? >> serious, educated, not talking at all, um-hmm. john walsh >> i'm sorry, whafsz your theory? >> i'm saying all of the time, never talked to nobody. only when he was drinking. >> only when he was drinking. but just to make sure we understand, your aunt, you were outside often and you never saw fwhi of these women, any child, ever? >> anything. ever. ever. no clue at all. that's why we're still in shock. because we've been here a year outside barbecuing, you know, with friends and stuff. and never, never. >> all right, angie, thank you very much for taking the time to share you and your aunt's story. thank you. and i want to go to ashley arnette now. she went to school with amanda berry untim sl she went to sixt grade. this must be news you never expected to hear. twhen you hear amanda berry's voice and you think back to the amanda berry ewe you knew, what's your reaction? it looks like we lost her. i want to go back to a psychiatrist who specializes in this one. dr. sophie, good to talk to you, sir, as always. >> thank you. >> i have many questions for you. but le
in washington, where jaycee dugard, who was of course herself abducted, she's appearing at an event with john walsh, who i interviewed last night at length. it's the annual hope awards of the national center for missing and exploited children in washington. we'll just go live to this. this could be very interesting. >> thank you. thank you. that story is me. just thank you. i want to say what an amazing time to be talking about hope, with everything that's happening. i want to thank the family advocate division team, especially marcia. they have been amazing and wonderful and i can't thank them enough. i feel like i have come full circle and we are all finally together celebrating the wonderful hope that you keep alive every day. i'm so thankful for the team of people that have supported me throughout these last few years. i am so grateful to all of you. i can't say that it's been easy, but anything in life worth doing is sometimes hard, like speaking. i want to thank my mom for the hope she has always had for me, even when i was far away. to my sister, shana, who -- i want to say that althou
, especially the missing and exploiting children, john walsh from america's most wanted wab black on black, judy martin, lydia esparta, channel 19 "action news," also the guardian angels, cleveland police, fbi. that have been here through thick and thin 24/7 hours a day whenever we needed them. okay. also, the extended family. friends, community. thank you. thank you again for your prayers and support. there are not enough words to say or express the joy that we feel for the return of our family member, gina. and now, amanda berry, the daughter and michelle knight who is our family also. now, we need to, as a whole, to rally together to look next door and bring our other family member that is missing, ashley summers. okay? i want to especially thank phil, sorry if i'm pronouncing your name wrong, dorsney, the fbi, cleveland police. you know, been there. i know we could be rough but we couldn't have done it without them. and we have to support them any way we can because they have supported us in bringing those girls back. once more, i want to say thank you, but i will also put my foot down
women from a decade of captivity. joining us is john walsh the former host of "america's most wanted" one of america's best known advocates for the missing and exploited. thanks very much for coming in. >> glad to be here. >> i'll play a clip. this is an interview you did with larry king here on cnn in 2005. i know at the time you were searching for both amanda berry and gina dejesus. watch. >> who are we looking for here? >> we don't know. she still hasn't been found this little girl. >> this is a missing girl. >> yeah. missing 14-year-old girl. >> do you presume, what do you do with stuff like this? >> well, there's another little girl, you know, missing in that six blocks from gina dejesus so the cops say they're not related. i say they are. come on. you got one 14-year-old girl and then another girl down the street six blocks away. they haven't found either girl and they have no suspects. >> you were right. apparently the cops were wrong. what happened here? >> well, first of all, i want to say that there are two heroes here in case we don't have time to talk to it. amanda, who n
and police just told us she is the daughter of amanda berry. >> with us now from washington is john walsh, former host of "america's most wanted" his show profiled the case many times over the years. good morning. >> good morning. >> this story is just incredible. what are the odds that three women after all these years would be able to get free? >> i haven't been able to sleep all night. to get all three of them back alive the odds are so slim. they are in relatively good shape. it looks like amanda may have had a child from one of her capt ors. i talked to the mothers amanda berry's mother died of a heart attack and many say she died of a broken heart. this is a wonderful ending to get the three women back alive. >> how do the kidnappers maintain control? what is the mental submission that takes place on the part of those kidnapped? >> i was wondering last night, for example, how this guy could keep these women in that house without them getting away. it looks as though that his brothers helped them do that to beat the women down tie them up and threaten
very much. john walsh is the host of "america's most wanted," his son, adam, was kidnapped and killed by a stranger back in 1981. john, good morning, nice to see you. >> good see you, matt. >> your first reaction. what an incredible story, not only three women abducted about a decade ago found alive but found together being held >> i was up all night, matt. i was literally so ecstatic. i profiled two of those cases, amanda berry and the dejesus case. to see the courage of amanda berry, the real here rocker the tiny window when these three perverts were at her house to go out and save her life, the life of her daughter, probably conceived as a result of a sexual assault or rape and charles ramsey walking down the street, to have the guts, as he said in many interviews. you know, i'm black man this is a white woman, i didn't know if it was a domestic abuse case. >> right. >> i thought about it twice, but he went up there and broke her out. they called 911. matt, it is the most phenomenal ending of these three women are alive. the little daughter is alive. and those three suspects are no
'm a parent, i think it's every parent's nightmare to think of what happened to john walsh's son adam many years ago. they needed to turn their anger and frustration into something positive and they created the national center almost 30 years ago in their garage. and did the right thing. they turned their grieving process into something positive. once you become a parent, you realize they're living my nightmare of something happening to my child. and that's all the impetus i needed for my wife and i to get involved in the national center many years ago and continue working for their progress. >> bryan cranston, thank you so much for being with us this morning. >> thank you, carol. >> you're welcome. >>> coming up next, more of our special live coverage out of cleveland, ohio. another family still waiting for good hopeful news about a family member who has been missing since 1995. we'll tell you about that. ♪ [ female announcer ] from more efficient payments. ♪ to more efficient pick-ups. ♪ wireless is limitless. and i have a massive heart attack right in my driveway. the doctor put m
, especially the missing and exploited children, john walsh from "american most wanted," judy martin, lydia spota, also the guardian angels, cleveland police, fbi, that have been here through thick and thin, 24/7 hours a day whenever we needed them. okay? also, the extended family, friends, community, thank you. thank you, again, for your prayers and support. there are not enough words to say or express the joy that we feel for the return of our family member gina. and now, amanda berry, the daughter and michelle knight who is our family also. now we need to, as a whole, to rally together, to look next door, and bring our other family member that is missing, ashley summers, okay? i want to especially thank phil, sorry if i'm pronouncing your name wrong. torsney, the fbi, cleveland police, you know. i know it can be rough, but we couldn't have done it without them and we have to support them any way we can because they have supported us in bringing those girls back. once more, i want to say thank you, but i'm also going to put my foot down as the mean one of the family. okay. we're asking fo
the base. john feehery and joan walsh are here. it sounds like house snapping across the aisle, a reference to people who are republican but believed there is a reasonable agreement for wider background checks. could your party veer that far over that they'd go to somebody as tough as this guy, as hard-lined? >> it could. he's got the party tied up. i think it will go to the governor. it could be a governor like mike pence who is very conservative. i remember people talking about mark sanford being a presidential candidate. >> what about the political spectrum? my hunch, as i've said, i think hillary will run a notch or two to the right of president obama. that's the sweet spot for any party. will your guy be to the left or right of mitt romney? >> he'll be to the right but not as far right as ted cruz. he would be somewhere in the middle. although i will say, chris christie could get the -- >> well, he wouldn't be to the right. >> no, he won't. >> he could possibly beat hillary. >> republicans don't win primaries. you know that better than i do. i don't think chris christie is going to scr
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chamber if convicted already working and getting down to business. joe johns, bob bahre joins us as well. nick peyton walsh on the phone. nick, the a.p. reporting tonight that russian security services had tamerlan tsarnaev under surveillance during some of his trip to russia during 2011, that six-month trip. you've been there for a couple of weeks. if this associated press report is true, would that surprise you? >> reporter: to be honest, not at all really. we did know that russian authorities had that mosque under surveillance. a leading police officer in the region told us. the leading militant in the area called abu dujan who was killed last year frequented the mosque a lot. we know from the mother and father, they're both saying that their son tamerlan tsarnaev attended that mosque. there's a lot of overlap. what we don't know, if the two met. if tamerlan tsarnaev met him while at that mosque. a.p., a russian official, is telling us that they extended the surveillance of him because of attending that mosque. who was the militant that tamerlan potentially met. police told us they we
chamber if convicted reportedly already getting down to business. joe johns has that angle. susan candiotti's got more details on the investigation. former cia officer bob baer joins us as well. i want to start with nick payton walsh on the phone with breaking news out of russia. as i just mentioned, the a.p. reporting tonight that russian security services had tamerlan tsarnaev under surveillance during at least some of his trip to russia back in 2011, that six-month trip. you've been there for a couple weeks now. would it surprise you to hear, if this associated press report is true, would that surprise you? >> reporter: to be honest, not at all, really. we did know russian authorities had that mosque under surveillance. a leading police officer in the region told us as much. said that in fact, the leading militant in the area called abu dujan killed in december by russian special forces, attended mosque a lot. we also know that from the mother and father, that tamerlan tsarnaev in this period of time last year also attended that mosque. there's an awful lot of overlap there as
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